Macron's Strategy For Trump In Paris: Long Handshakes And Military Spectacles

Macron's Strategy For Trump In Paris: Long Handshakes And Military Spectacles

Macron's Strategy For Trump In Paris: Long Handshakes And Military Spectacles

US President Donald Trump held the door open to a reversal of his decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord on Thursday, but he did not say what he would need in return to persuade him to do so.

After the parade, his first as President, Macron will head for the Mediterranean city of Nice, where he will join a commemoration for the 86 people who died when a Tunisian man drove a truck at a crowd on the waterfront a year ago.

"When it comes to fighting terrorism, from day one, I can say that we've seen eye-to-eye and we are strongly determined to take necessary measures in order to root out terrorism and to eradicate it", Macron said through a translator.

Trump's remarks about Mme Macron's figure wasn't the first moment of his French visit that's since made headlines.

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SCOTT HORSLEY, BYLINE: Trump is in Paris to celebrate Bastille Day and to mark the 100th anniversary of the US entry into World War I. American troops will join their French counterparts in a military parade tomorrow along the Champs-Elysees, a symbol of the longstanding ties between the United States and its oldest ally. I just start kissing them. Trump also took part in the celebration of Bastille Day, the French National Day.

"Basing a relationship on one issue is not enough to make it sustainable", said Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, Director of the Paris Office of the German Marshall Fund of the United States, a nonpartisan American public policy think tank. But for now it appears Trump leaves Paris feeling like he has made a new - and rather unlikely - friend.

"Emmanuel Macron wants to try to prevent the president of the United States being isolated", Christophe Castaner, a spokesman for Macron, told French reporters this month.

Trump's visit began Thursday with a trip to Napoleon's Tomb at Les Invalides, where he was given full military honors as he and Melania Trump met Macron and his wife, Brigitte.

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As one American journalist quoted by "Le Monde" noted, Mr Trump's "narcissistic personality responds well to compliments". President Trump sat next to President Macron in the grandstand as troops, tanks and artillery paraded past them.

"I wont let myself be fucked like that", he said in the closed-door hearing, according to two parliamentary sources, confirming information by Challenges magazine.

Despite their differences on climate change and trade, the two leaders focused on their close cooperation against IS in Syria and Iraq. But if his plan was to strengthen France's ties to the US, it seems to have worked. "And yeah, I mean, something could happen with respect to the Paris Accord". This trip lasted a mere 30 hours but we saw some major political drama.

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